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K G(s) + - Control & Automation MECH 431 MECH 431 Slide 1 Introduction
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K G(s) + - People • Lecturer: – Dr. Daniel Asmar ( da20@aub.edu.lb ) • Lab instructor – Amer Keblawi ( amk36@aub.edu.lb ) – Nareg Karaoghlanian ( nvk02@aub.edu.lb ) • Graduate assistants – Roy AbouTayeh ( rga17@aub.edu.lb ) – Samir Shaker ( szs04@aub.edu.lb ) MECH 431 Introduction Slide 2
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K G(s) + - Lectures & Labs • Lectures: RCR – Tuesdays and Thursdays (9:30-11:00), – Tuesdays and Thursdays (11:00-12:30). • Labs: SRB – Monday (3:00-5:00) – Tuesday (3:00-5:00) – Wednesday (3:00-5:00) – Thursday (3:00-5:00) – Friday (3:00-5:00) MECH 431 Introduction Slide 3
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K G(s) + - General Information • Textbooks: – K. Ogata, Modern Control Engineering, 4 th edition, Prentice Hall, 2002. • Prerequisites: – EECE 210 Electric Circuits – MECH 430 Instrumentation and Measurements MECH 431 Introduction Slide 4
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K G(s) + - Tentative Timetable MECH 431 Introduction Slide 5 Vacations Final day of classes
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K G(s) + - Topics • Introduction. • Models of physical systems. State space representation. • Mechanical and electrical systems. Linearization. • System response analysis. • Stability analysis. • Root locus analysis and design. • Frequency response analysis and design. • Lead compensation, lag compensation, lag-lead compensation. MECH 431 Introduction Slide 6
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K G(s) + - Topics • PID control systems, 2-D of freedom control systems. • System identification. MECH 431 Introduction Slide 7
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K G(s) + - Grading MECH 431 Introduction Slide 8 Weight note Drop Quizzes 15% First 15 minutes Midterm 25% Closed-book Final exam 35% Closed-book Project 25% Detailed later Assignments 0% Practice
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K G(s) + - Introduction Chapter 1 MECH 431 Introduction Slide 9
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K G(s) + - MECH 431 Introduction Slide 10 What is Automatic Control? Automatic Control is an Engineering discipline that
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